Thursday, October 23, 2014

Energy and environment bills on tap today in Trenton


You might be interested in one or more bills scheduled for votes today in two Assembly committees and on the Senate floor of the New Jersey Legislature.


ASSEMBLY REGULATED PROFESSIONS
1 PM - Committee Room 15, Fourth Floor, State House Annex, Trenton, New Jersey
 
A-2600  Diegnan, P.J. (D-18); Mainor, C. (D-31); Giblin, T.P. (D-34)
Pertains to certain review and approval responsibilities of land surveyors.
      
A-3397  Giblin, T.P. (D-34)
Abolishes Landscape Irrigation Contractors Examining Board in the Department of Environmental Protection and transfers regulation of landscape irrigation contractors to Department of Community Affairs.  Related Bill: S-2234
    
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
ASSEMBLY COMMERCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
2 PM - Committee Room 16, 4th Floor, State House Annex, Trenton, NJ
 
A-943  Singleton, T. (D-7); Conaway, H. (D-7); Moriarty, P.D. (D-4); Green, J. (D-22); Lampitt, P.R. (D-6); Mazzeo, V. (D-2)
Permits small businesses to qualify for loans from NJEDA for costs of energy audit and making energy efficiency or conservation improvements.
   
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
ASSEMBLY REGULATORY OVERSIGHT
2 PM - Committee Room 14, 4th Floor, State House Annex, Trenton, NJ

The committee will hear from invited speakers regarding the statutorily mandated report on the implementation of the E-Waste Recycling Plan that has not been filed by the Department of Environmental Protection.
 
ACR-189  McKeon, J.F. (D-27); Lagana, J.A. (D-38); Gusciora, R. (D-15)
Determines that proposed DEP rules and regulations repealing rules and regulations concerning State participation in greenhouse gas cap and trade programs are inconsistent with legislative intent.
Related Bill: SCR-125
    
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
SENATE VOTING SESSION
2 PM - Senate Chambers
 
S-768  Weinberg, L. (D-37)
Extends "whistleblower" protections to employee disclosure of governmental mismanagement, waste and abuse.
      
SCR-125  Sweeney, S.M. (D-3); Smith, B. (D-17)
Determines that proposed DEP rules and regulations repealing rules and regulations concerning State participation in greenhouse gas cap and trade programs are inconsistent with legislative intent.

 
    

Subscribe here to view all our YouTube videos

Repost this article